You’ve heard the terms before: Universal Design, Accessible Design, ADA Design, Multi-generational Design – what do they mean and why are they getting so much attention now? These terms are often used interchangeably to describe a design style that will be functional for aging individuals, or for individual with disabilities. Many designers fell that Universal Design – by any name – removes the beauty from design. This program will show you that aesthetic beauty can very much be a apart of Universal Design, particularly in the bathroom. This course has been submitted to AIA, NKBA, NARI, NAHB and ASID for 1 HSW hour. Take the course.
- October 2011
- Universal Design, Bath, Shower
- 1 LU HSW/SD
You will be able to help your client identify the correct type of hydrotherapy system for their needs based on age, intended use, design preferences and available space. You will also be able to explain to them the health benefits associated with each type of system. Additionally, you will be able to show them options that fit the available space in their existing bathroom, as well as discuss design considerations of both retrofits and new construction for hydrotherapy systems. Take the course.
- October 2009
- Bath, Universal Design, Safety, Shower
- Aquatic Whirlpools
- 1 LU HSW
At the end of this course, you will be able to use questioning techniques to determine client needs and demonstrate the benefits of at least three shower components. We will also define how the number of outlets will vary based on user requirements and needs. Additionally, in designing a multi-head shower system, it is important to determine the total flow of water and select a proper valve and additional components necessary for the system to function as it is designed. Take the course.
- September 2009
- Bath, Shower, Universal Design